Spanish: Important commentary on current events
Toronto's daily radio source, CHIN 91.9 FM, reports:
Ontario's new sex-ed curriculum has been revealed. Radio host Silvia Mendez said it's important because everyone wants their children to grow up right. After a huge amount of criticism and a review which cost everyone a lot of money, it's basically the same curriculum as that of the Liberals. Mendez said It's 300 pages long, and "they touched it up a bit," but it's essentially the same. Radio host Fabian Merlo said that there is a delay in the responses of various political leaders and mentioned that Doug Ford is the indisputable provincial leader in Ontario. In a month, when the debates begin in the lead up to the federal election, Andrew Scheer will likely strike at Justin Trudeau over SNC-Lavalin, as well as other areas like the economy and negotiations with China. Trudeau will then point out in the debates that what Doug Ford is doing in Ontario is what they [the Conservatives] want to do at a federal level. Mendez said "poor Andrew Scheer," as she has had various opportunities to talk with Scheer, and she thinks he isn't a bad guy, but everything is weighing on his shoulders. Merlo said that if you are a good person, you should strive to act like a good person, and the actions that you take should reflect your intelligence, otherwise it's a contradiction. (22/08/2019)
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